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Do you wonder how much a Vios, Fortuner, and HiAce, Innova will cost in 2018?
Vehicle tax reform now in the Senate’s hands is assumed to be a normal situation that does not hurt auto industry’s robust growth.
However, a lot of car purchasers still wonder whether buying and owning a brand-new car will be more expensive this year as a triple whammy of taxes on automobiles, fuels and car registrations fee will hit.
They’re afraid of the doomsday scenario. Upcoming changes to vehicle taxes and car makers bumping up model pricing will make the cost of owning a new car more difficult and expensive as well as make car ownership a heavy financial burden.
However, the Department of Finance (DOF) has presented suggested 2018 prices of some hot-selling vehicles, and what it showed is not the gloomy outlook we were all anxious about.
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The Department of Finance (DOF) has presented suggested 2018 prices of some hot-selling vehicles in the Philippines
What do you think about these suggested prices?
Top 10 Best Selling Cars in the Philippines
Know more about Toyota Vios
In 2002, the Vios template was introduced. It became one of Toyota Motor Philippines’ best-selling and most treasured nameplates along with its SUV and MPV brothers. It is a subcompact sedan that sets a new standard for enjoyable and luxurious driving. The Vios also consistently belongs to the best-selling cars in the country. It is driven and tested by thousands of Filipino drivers both for private and public use. The Japanese subcompact sedan is proudly Philippine-made. The Toyota production plant located in Santa Rosa, Laguna, continuously produces these subcompacts to meet the Philippine market's demand. In 2020, Toyota Motor Philippines introduced the new Vios that’s now offered in nine variants with a starting price of Php 671,000. The top-of-the-line Vios G variant, on the other hand, is priced at Php 1,056,000. The Japanese subcompact sedan features a host of creature comforts and safety features. It also gets two engine options. The Vios provides a wide range of color options, including Black, Red Mica, Pearl White, Thermalyte, Blackish Red, Alumina Jade, Freedom White, Grayish Blue, and Super Red.